This TikToker Turned 'Bridgerton' Into a Musical

I can't stop listening to this!

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(Image credit: TikTok/abigailbarlowww)

Abigail Barlow is taking TikTok by storm thanks to her incredible idea of a Bridgerton  (opens in new tab)musical (opens in new tab).

The idea started (opens in new tab) on January 10 when she posted a TikTok featuring a song that she had written from the point of view of Daphne (opens in new tab) that fans immediately found on the site.

She decided to post as second song featuring Daphne and Simon (opens in new tab) after they got married and trust us when we say that you're going to have this song stuck in your head long after you click play.

Abigail also created a track for Penelope as she tries to find her perfect match (opens in new tab) and now we need this to be a real musical ASAP.

Some other viewers have also joined in on the fun, dueting or posting their own versions of the songs. Abigail has even started posting instrumental versions of the songs so now you can properly "audition" for a role if it ever happens.

In an update she posted on her TikTok, she revealed that she's taking things further with the project and has more in the works.

"First of all, I want to say thank you so much for being so invested in the Bridgerton musical. It was a fun idea I had and now it could possibly be a full-length project that I share with you guys. You guys have given me a lot to work on and I'm so excited," she said. "It'll probably end up being a concept album. Possibly for pitch when theaters open back up. Who knows? I'm writing something new everyday, [so] keep checking in."

We're planning our dream casts already!

Tamara Fuentes is the current Associate Entertainment Editor at Cosmopolitan, where she covers TV, movies, books, celebrities, and more. She can often be found in front of a screen fangirling about something new. Before joining Cosmopolitan, she was the entertainment editor over at Seventeen. She is also a member of the Television Critics Association and the Latino Entertainment Journalists Association. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.